Swansgate Shopping Centre donates school supplies to Wellingborough nursery
It is part of the centre's Good Deeds campaign to celebrate Wellingborough and its 'fantastic community'
A Wellingborough nursery is delighted to have been given £100 worth of school supplies as part of a new campaign by the Swansgate Shopping Centre.
The generous donations comes as the shopping centre continues to celebrate Wellingborough and its fantastic community through its ‘Good Deeds’ campaign that rewards local individuals and organisations.
The latest winner, Croyland Nursery School and Day Nursery, was nominated and selected as April’s winner and was rewarded with £100 worth of school supplies courtesy of Swansgate retailer The Works.
Angela Whitney, part of the senior leadership team at Croyland Nursery School and Day Nursery, said: “It was lovely to receive this prize to support our children's learning and development.
"Our amazing team have worked tirelessly throughout the entire pandemic to support vulnerable families and to enable our key-worker parents including nurses, police officers and care workers to continue their work during such a challenging time."
Lindsay Tickner, centre manager, added: "We’re extremely pleased to support the local Croyland Nursery School and Day Nursery through what’s been a very difficult year already.
"The Swansgate team are extremely pleased to provide local children with additional school supplies to further develop their learning now everyone has returned back."
Do you know someone who deserves a good deed?
Swansgate are looking for local schools, clubs, charities, community groups and of course individuals which would benefit from some support.
To make a nomination click here or post your nomination into the Good Deeds postbox located outside the Wilko store.
To read about the first winner of the Good Deeds campaign, click here.
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